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1 Using ICT to support language teaching (& to make your life a little easier!) Jo Rhys-Jones, January 2010

2 ICT is not a reward, it is a tool.

3 Why does Je become J ?

4 Jaimangée I have eaten

5 Jaimangée

6 JJaimangé

7 Why do you think this happens? Hint: try saying.. Je ai mangé and now say.. Jai mangé

8 Leaue

9 JL

10 Can you think of any more examples? Does that ever happen in English?

11 Using the Whiteboard Spotlight tool, flipping words, hiding words Teachers Pet (create instant close exercises) Ideas and support:

12 YouTube & TeacherTube & mediaconverter.com

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14 Making a projector behave like a whiteboard Using PowerPoint triggers, motion paths & macros. Examples can be downloaded at

15 match the words une souris un chien un lapin un chat une araignée une tortue un oiseau un poisson un cheval a spider a cat a tortoise a horse a bird a rabbit a mouse a dog a fish

16 match the words une souris un chien un lapin un chat une araignée une tortue un oiseau un poisson un cheval a spider a cat a tortoise a horse a bird a rabbit a mouse a dog a fish

17 links

18 rechts

19 orange vert jaune rouge bleu Un pantalon Un tee- shirt Un gantUn pullUn chapeau Click the square to find 2 yeux, 2 oreilles, 1 nez & 1 bouche

20 Où est ………?

21 XXXX OOOO XXXX XXXX OOOO XXXX OOOO OOOO OOOO XXXX

22 Web 2.0 helps to… encourage student engagement & increase participation – particularly among quieter pupils, who can use it to work collaboratively online, without the anxiety of having to raise questions in front of peers

23 Extended learning & vles Opportunity to engage parents as well as students If it is not interesting it wont be used Useful is not the same as interesting Most successful are interactive MYLO Subscription sites

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25 Breaking free with a blog Class or teacher blog You are in complete control Very easy & instant Easily interactive Great for homework (Ms Wybrow) Comments (2 Stars and a wish)

26 blogs Web(site) + log = blog Easy and quick to set up without a techie Interactive and afl comments Moderated by teacher

27 (Suzi Bewell) (Alex Blagona)

28 blogs Teacher blogs Class blogs Make your own at;

29 Or collaborate with a wiki Good for sharing work with a class They are able to edit and you retain control Can get the adverts removed (look for K12) Free

30 wikis -

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32 PLN connected teachers Social networks for teachers (ning) Twitter Delicious Teacher practitioner blogs MFL Yahoo group Flashmeeting Tesco…

33 Ning – a collection of blogs – social networking that you control

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36 Free web 2.0 Nearly free VOKI Voicethread Wordle Storybird Slideshare 2Simple DIY

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41 Voicethread Like Storybird but you upload your own images and its collaborative. Share with parents, a partner school, or the world! Emphasis on speaking skills with classroom management bonus!

42 animoto – Free online tool to create music promo style video- presentations Link images and sound Example from votw

43 Mobile learning TTS Easispeak microphones Use to support classroom management with one per group. Insist NOTHING is deleted ever by the students. They have a mobile with them even (especially) if your school has banned them. Use them! Let them suggest what to record so they be creative & listened to. 5 things you could film/record

44 = C h i e n

45 podcasts Like a mini radio broadcast Download and listen to whenever you wish

46 There are podcasts & podcasts You could record the GCSE vocab for them… Or they could, add some music using audacity and its a funky podcast And now they have to come up with a reason to listen to each others before they put them up to the audience (global?)


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